TPO is a single-ply roofing system made from ethylene-propylene rubber and polypropylene. In layman’s terms, it’s polymer and rubber. A TPO roof is reflective and is a good choice for any building except restaurants. It’s one of the most popular roofing systems for commercial buildings because it is durable, affordable, and reflects heat. Typically, a TPO roof will last 20 to 30 years. TPO roofs are considered “Green” because they are non-toxic, 100% recyclable, have no added plasticizers, and are non-hazardous. Many commercial businesses choose to install a TPO roof because the material reflects UV radiation, which keeps the roof and the building cooler. Our Colorado TPO roofing systems are available in black, grey, and white, but it is recommended to use white because of its reflectivity, which further reduces heat.
TPO is well-known for its durability and practicality. It stands the test of time and doesn’t degrade under UV radiation. It’s easy to keep clean, being resistant to mildew, mold, and algae, and a pressure washer isn’t usually needed to clean it. TPO membranes are hot-air welded, fastened, glued, or held down with rocks, gravel, or sand. Its membrane seams are several times stronger than EPDM roofing seams, so it’s a great choice for long-lasting durability. It’s also very affordable, recyclable, non-toxic, and non-hazardous. If you’d like more information about our Colorado TPO roofing systems for commercial roofs, contact Bob Behrends Roofing. We are reliable, knowledgeable, and experienced in all kinds of commercial and residential roofing services.
Our Colorado TPO roofing system installation team gets the job done right and on time. We also offer a 5-year workmanship guarantee in addition to the manufacturer’s guarantee on the quality of the products. Call us today for a quote!